You are always welcome at Aycliffe Dental Practice. Since our founding in 1958, Aycliffe Dental Practice has provided the practice of choice in Paddock Wood.
At Aycliffe Dental Practice, we offer patients all the attention and care they deserve in order to get them feeling healthy again. We offer NHS, Denplan, and independent treatments.
Aycliffe Dental Practice is a member of the BDA Good Practice Scheme.
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At your first visit we will discuss your medical and dental history and conduct a thorough examination, which may include x-rays. We want you to tell us how you feel about your teeth, their appearance and any concerns regarding them. We will be happy to explain any treatment required.
Our Dental hygienists clean teeth, examine patients for signs of oral diseases such as gingivitis, and provide other preventive dental care. They also educate patients on ways to improve and maintain good oral health.
Fillings are used to repair a cavity in your tooth caused by decay. We provide traditional amalgam fillings and composite (tooth-coloured) fillings which are made of a resin and glass mixture. glass ionomer (tooth-coloured) – powdered glass, which forms a chemical bond with your tooth and may release fluoride that helps to prevent further decay.
Dentures, bridges, crowns and veneers are appearance enhancing treatments. Each provide a unique solution that restores your teeth to a natural looking condition. Missing teeth can significantly alter your lifestyle and confidence. Dentures and bridges provide you an option for total or partial tooth loss.
Whether you’re a new or existing patient, we provide an in-hours emergency service. If you need emergency treatment, we ask you to contact us by telephone at 8.30 am, or as early in the day as possible. We provide allocated emergency appointment times each day; however, occasionally we may need to fit you in between patients who already have appointments. This may mean that you need to wait. Please also note that it may not always be possible to see your regular dentist, depending on their working hours.
To enhance your youthful smile, we offer tooth whitening via two different systems to suit your requirements. Aycliffe Dentistry offers teeth whitening by professionals. Teeth whitening is a form of dentistry and should only be carried out by a dentist or another regulated dental professional, such as a dental hygienist or dental therapist, on the prescription of a dentist. Some beauty salons may offer teeth whitening, but this is illegal if there's no dental professional present, and it may put your oral health at risk. You can also buy DIY home teeth whitening kits but these may also carry risks.
In providing your dental care and treatment, we will ask for information about you and your health. Occasionally, we may receive information from other providers who have been involved in providing your care. Our privacy notice describes the type of personal information we hold, why we hold it and what we do with it. Click on the link to view a copy of our Data Protection Privacy Notice for Patients.
Years caring for patients
GDC No: 67103
Naveen Kumar Boorgula
NTR University of Health Sciences 1998
GDC No: 105496
GDC No: 209832
GDC No: 249775
University of Birmingham 2019
GDC No: 284783
GDC No: 113380
GDC No: 163091
Senior Dental Nurse
GDC No: 125129
GDC No: 125927
GDC No: 285796
Trainee Dental Nurse
08:30 - 17:30
08:30 - 19:30
08:30 - 19:30
08:30 - 17:30
08:30 - 17:30
08:30 - 13:00
Out of hours emergencies
Outside normal surgery hours you can use DentaLine, the NHS out of hours emergency service. You can ring them to make an appintment between 18:00 and 22.55 every evening and between 8:30 and 13:25 on weekends and Bank Holidays. The telephone number for DentaLine is 01634 890 300.
You can also get advice and emergency care from NHS 111.
We want our service to meet your expectations. If you have a concern or complaint about any aspect of our service, we want to know what mistakes we made and identify how we can improve to ensure that we meet your expectations in future. Please see our Code of practice for handling patient complaints for ways to provide feedback and details of how we will address your feedback.